Secret customer Review

Received a priority mail envelope in the mail, inside was a check and a letter telling me I had been selected to be a secret customer , after I deposit check to send them an email letting them know and to get further instructions on where to go and what to purchase. Well being on the side of caution I sent email first before going to my bank. Glad I did too, as email response told me to go to a western union and send most of the money to someone and then when I’m done send them the info for the fund transfer, and i get to keep the remainder. Also looked up company first and it was located in Australia, envelope was sent from Michigan, name on envelope did not match person with company, also sender address was for a doctor office in Michigan. Do you research before going to bank with anything like this , cause if you deposit that check your on the line for it.

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